This course aims at providing students with a background on the basic principles of electrophoresis, importance and applications in different fields. Thereby, allowing them to follow advances in the field of electrophoretic separations.
This Analytical Chemistry course at Near East University will highlight the importance of nanotechnology, types of nanomaterials, their different synthesis procedures, their characterizations and application areas.
This course covers classical and instrumental analytical techniques.
Students will acquire knowledge on gravimetric methods of analysis, titrimetric methods of analysis, aqueous-solution chemistry, theory of Neutralization Titrations, titration curves for complex acid/base systems, precipitation titrimetry, complex-formation titrations, electrochemistry, applications of standard electrode potentials, applications of oxidation/reduction titrations, spectrometric methods, components of optical instruments, atomic absorption and emission spectrometry, ultraviolet/visible molecular absorption spectrometry, infrared spectrometry, chromatographic separations and high-performance liquid chromatography.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
International Students pay € 800/course + 5% VAT
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Near East University is proud to announce that postgraduate scholarships will be granted to all prospective postgraduate students, which will give them an opportunity to proceed their postgraduate studies in an international environment.
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